I’m the undoing of the wrongdoing that just keeps doing the wrong
You will find me all along
Breaking down walls

You can’t tell me to fight the system and then tell me to
Not hit the system
So hard

It may

Boot me out of the system

You can’t tell me to watch out for this and when this becomes that I shouldn’t react

I see danger now I’m supposed to wonder
If it means to be dangerous

I’m supposed to be


I don’t serve the ludicrous

It’s upsetting to the upsetters when their upset becomes regret at my

I keep my tongue in check
I know who signs the check
And I also know what I take with me
When I’m no longer at your table or your desk

Who’s at risk

Who’s ass gets kissed

I keep mine in my slacks
I don’t play it back
I just give it back
In the form of react

You own this discomfort

You can’t tell me to stand up for myself
And when I slightly rise
Tell me to not do it so high

Don’t meet them eye to eye


I’m in the moat
Head perched float
Waiting for the drawbridge to come down

Don’t be a wall
You will fall

Because I
Like water
Will find my way through it all

You can’t tell me to say no
And then tell me
You told me
That’s the way it would go

You enjoy the rodeo

I don’t speak
I act
I think
And then I feel

If there is a principle in my rejection to your poisonous injection
It is correct

Before you is the flesh of someone
Not talking back
So quiet
You can’t even hear the pin being grabbed

I have let you in
To strength and pride
You can’t tell me to fight for my life
And then expect me to beg for my life

I’ll take that knife
You mattress tag
I’ll cut you

The cost
Will be a new view

I’ve seen the bottom
I see the top

Each with an ax

Who does the chop

Your offensive existence,
You better leave it Dropped
The beauty that offends you

We ain’t never gonna Stop.

Catch Up.
Enter the future

Catch Up.



Liza Zayas is a lover of writing and dancing and celebrates both as a singer and songwriter performing as Luna del Flor. You can hear her collaborative sounds and experience life through her storytelling. She invites you to dance. Her poetry seeks to initiate dialogue by intentionally expressing consequences of love, lust, ego and self-respect.